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A few small galaxies and a large cluster


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Hi Wanted to share a few images. NGC 2146 a rarely imaged galaxy high in the sky: http://www.astrobin....33866/?mod=none The Umbrella galaxy with some tidal streams: http://www.astrobin....33235/?mod=

Had a quick peep on Sloan DSS - a guide for what I can record - but the jet etc is invisible unless viewed as a negative [below] and thus out of my range.- shame.

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Fabulous images all three - top class work and best here - can I request the NGC # for The Umbrella Gxy - most unusual object with the jet etc :cool:

NGC4651 in Coma Berenices. It has an apparent mag of 11.39 so we should be able to view it although I doubt we will see the Umbrella.

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NGC4651 in Coma Berenices. It has an apparent mag of 11.39 so we should be able to view it although I doubt we will see the Umbrella.

That's going on my list (which just gets longer and longer :D ).
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A great set of three images Mark... leave some targets for the rest of us!

Both the NGC2146 and the Umbrella Galaxy shots are lovely (as usual ! ) with your 'trademark' processing of the data.

That M13 really is 'bang in your face', but would it be worth taming those rather hard orange star halos...?

Damian

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